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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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praying

   Part, Question
1 1, 112 | Israel, for whom Daniel was praying, his prayers being offered ~ 2 2, 95 | common good: e.g. priests, by praying to God for the people; princes, 3 2, 81 | impetrate anything from God by praying? [*Art. 15]~(17) of the 4 2, 81 | stated above, our motive in praying is, not Divine ~disposition, 5 2, 81 | himself to Him, and by ~praying confesses that he needs 6 2, 81 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: By praying man surrenders his mind 7 2, 81 | employed by the ~Church in praying: since we beseech the Blessed 8 2, 81 | offer religious worship when praying, ~from Whom we seek to obtain 9 2, 81 | seek their assistance by praying to them, but ~ask it of 10 2, 81 | not to pray for others. In praying we ~ought to conform to 11 2, 81 | part of the person ~we are praying for, according to Jer. 15: 12 2, 81 | Consequently it is even lawful in praying to ask that temporal ~evils 13 2, 81 | whereby the mind of the person praying is ~raised to God, because 14 2, 81 | Secondly, the voice is used in praying as ~though to pay a debt, 15 2, 81 | the mind of the ~person praying or of other persons to God.~ 16 2, 81 | his mind to wander while praying ~he is not free of sin, 17 2, 81 | with which one ~sets about praying renders the whole prayer 18 2, 81 | and to the thing ~we are praying for. That last kind of attention 19 2, 81 | in truth is to set about praying ~through the instigation 20 2, 81 | it is that when, while ~praying, the mind ascends to God 21 2, 81 | Mt. 6:7): "When you are praying, speak not much." Now one 22 2, 81 | attention of the person praying, so ~too, in public prayers 23 2, 81 | Further on he says: "When praying say little, yet pray much 24 2, 81 | prayer consists, not in praying for many things, ~but in 25 2, 81 | stated above; or through praying at certain fixed times, ~ 26 2, 81 | remains more devout even after praying, or in some ~other person - 27 2, 81 | after he himself has ceased praying.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 28 2, 81 | consolation at the time of praying, has a twofold efficacy 29 2, 81 | on the part of the person praying, because he recognizes his 30 2, 81 | urged us not to faint in praying."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 31 2, 81 | since the very act of praying is "a gift of God," as Augustine 32 2, 81 | may merit eternal life by ~praying, yet he does not merit to 33 2, 81 | we merit it not only ~by praying, but also by doing other 34 2, 81 | to God; ~intercession is praying for others; thanksgiving 35 2, 86 | as a man by commanding or praying, directs, in a fashion, 36 2, 86 | offering a sacrifice or praying. ~But promising either of 37 2, 86 | whether of fasting or of praying or the like, which he made ~ 38 2, 90 | because they spent the ~day in praying and offering sacrifices 39 2, 171 | 10:9) that while he was praying in the supper-room [*Vulg.: ~' 40 2, 175 | Cor. ~11:5): "Every woman praying or prophesying," etc. Much 41 2, 185 | Chrysostom] says: "While ~praying a man should do nothing 42 2, 187 | honoring their parents, by praying for them and by revering 43 3, 13 | Lord besought the Father, praying for what He wished to ~be 44 3, 21 | and with equal reason by praying.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[21] A[ 45 3, 21 | sensuality to seek this by praying, but to the ~reason, as 46 3, 21 | Lord Himself said while praying (Jn. 17:1): ~"Glorify Thy 47 3, 21 | to give us an example of praying; ~and also to show that 48 3, 21 | glory which Christ, while praying, besought for ~Himself, 49 3, 38 | also being baptized and praying, ~heaven was opened."~Aquin.: 50 3, 39 | also being baptized, and praying;" ~and further on (Lk. 3: 51 3, 39 | Jesus being baptized and ~praying, heaven was opened."~Aquin.: 52 3, 39 | Jesus being baptized and praying, heaven was opened": because, 53 3, 43 | His own power, and not by praying, as others ~do. Wherefore 54 3, 53 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Christ by praying besought and merited His 55 3, 83 | his hands, and bows down, praying ~earnestly and humbly, denotes 56 Suppl, 13| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, by praying for another one merits also 57 Suppl, 21| spiritual things, such as their praying for one another, and meeting ~ 58 Suppl, 64| 2: No hour is fixed for praying, but that compensation can 59 Suppl, 71| of the ~Early Church in praying for the dead, and, moreover, 60 Suppl, 71| the road, and that ~after praying he asked whose head it was, 61 Suppl, 71| relates that Gregory, ~while praying for Trajan, heard a voice 62 Suppl, 71| the same reason for ~not praying then" (namely after the 63 Suppl, 71| as there is now for not praying for the devil and ~his angels 64 Suppl, 71| not the same reason for ~praying for the dead as for the 65 Suppl, 71| the "godlike priest in ~praying for the departed prays for 66 Suppl, 72| person weary; whereas by praying ~to different saints, the 67 Suppl, 72| done even ~without their praying for it. Therefore their 68 Suppl, 72| withstood God's anger by ~praying for the people. And yet 69 Appen2, 1| universal Church holds, by praying for the dead that they may


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